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Dr. Yonik Meilawati Yustiani

Associate Professor

Department of Environmental Engineering, Pasundan University


Introduction of Dr. Yonik Meilawati Yustiani

Position (2016-present)

-        Associate professor in the Department of Environmental Engineering, Pasundan University, Bandung-Indonesia

-        Head of Center for Research, Scientific Publication, and External Collaboration, Engineering Faculty, Pasundan University

Research interests

-        River water quality management

-        Environmental quality modeling

-        Coastal environmental quality management

-        Environmental quality information system

Higher Education

- 1995: Institute of Technology Bandung, Indonesia

Environmental Engineering Department (Bachelor of Engineering Degree)

- 2000: Institute of Technology Bandung, Indonesia

Environmental Engineering Department (Master of Engineering Degree)

- 2004: Tohoku University Japan

Civil Engineering (Doctor of Engineering Degree)

Topic:

The Effect of Traffic Density on Ambient SO2 and NO2 Concentration in Cipagalo Settlement Area, Bandung City, Indonesia

Abstract:

Air quality in an area can be affected by emissions from traffic activities. This research was directed to measure the level of ambient SO2 and NO2 concentration, and how much influence the traffic density had on ambient SO2 and NO2 concentrations in the Cipagalo area, Bandung City, Indonesia. Sampling was carried out at 2 sampling points which were considered to represent air conditions in the study area. The method used in this study is CSIRO passive diffusion. The traffic density calculation is carried out on Jalan Terusan Buah Batu, which passes in the study area. The results of this study show fluctuations in ambient SO2 and NO2 concentrations for 5 months of monitoring. In addition, the relationship of traffic density to the concentration of SO2 ambient in the linear regression equation was obtained with a correlation coefficient of 0.5357 for the range from morning to evening. While for the average measurement of each month for 5 months of research, the correlation coefficient was 0.4336. The relationship of traffic density to ambient NO2 concentration in the linear regression equation obtained a correlation coefficient of 0.6885 for the morning to evening range. While for the average measurement of each month for 5 months of research, a very strong correlation coefficient was obtained which was equal to 0.9051.



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Submission Deadline

Extension April 30, 2019

Notification of Acceptance

April 19, 2019

Paper reviewing takes 20 days

Registration Payment Deadline

June 5, 2019

Final Modification Deadline

May 28, 2019

Conference Date

July 24-26, 2019

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